“If I had a second mouth on the back of my head, would it also have to keep kosher?” Seth explains important Jewish texts by comparison to internet fandom and exploring such genuine medieval rabbinical shitposts.
Artist and pinko, punko, proto-rabbi Seth joins us to discuss uncovering ancient Jewish goddesses and deities through linguistic deep dives into the Talmud. In particular, we trace the convoluted yet compelling poly triad of our hostile and indifferent lesbian moms: the ocean, the moon, and their demon girlfriend Lilith. Also, turns out the Leviathan was a lady and God has maybe turned her into (kosher) jerky for us to eat at the end of the world. Who is she and… how does she taste?
Feminist archaeologist Laura joins us again as your two gay lapsed-Catholic hosts dig into why we still love Mary of Nazareth, who is absolutely a mother goddess, and how she’s fused with several other moms over the years and come to mean so much to the very pious and the very homosexual. Also: Unitarian Universalist Pagan Feminist Lesbian Inter-species Nativity Scenes!
mother goddesses, maiden mother crone, TERFs, Mary of Nazareth, gay moms, adoptive moms, trans moms, seven sorrows, the mother of God was pro-choice, veneration versus worship, seven joys, Catholic jokes, Unitarian Universalism, Virgin of Guadalupe, colonialism, Juan Diego, Tonantzin
Happy Mother’s Day! This inaugural episode of Mothers and Others features our archaeologist friend Laura as we discuss what actual material history has to say about the ultimate primordial mom: our long lost mother goddesses.
mother goddesses, maiden mother crone, neopagans, feminist archaeology, wicca phases, neoclassicism, the stone age, vikings, warrior princess skeletons, bioessentialism, birthing hips, TERFs, tumblr feminism, little feets, fat people have always existed, neanderthals, the paleo diet